3 Perth party promoter pals have combined for a brand new audio/visual event - PLANET X

3 Perth party promoter pals have combined for a brand new audio/visual event - PLANET X

Outer Body, Polyrhythmic and MOVE team up to bring some big internationals our way.

"A new collaboration from three Perth promoters offers a diverse, holistic and immersive approach to programming, sound and lighting for the optimum dual-stage dance experience." So says the lead for Perth's newest music event, PLANET X, the combined forces of three of this city's beloved purveyors of all things underground - Move, Outer Body and Polyrhythmic. Having consistently brought over top tier international and national artists over the past few years in each of their own party worlds, it's made sense they combine for something bigger, something more:

"At the core of these experiences was a feeling, admittedly not just unique to parties but a universal one, where, under the right circumstance, you can allow yourself to lose inhibitions, let go and safely lean into the chaotic energy that surrounds you. In doing so, you feel part of something ‘bigger’ as you notice that the individuals around you are leaning in also. It's that profound moment in which you feel both vulnerable and powerful at the same time - the duality of a known unknown. In essence and effect... PLANET X."

Taking over "The Leisureplex" at 3 Neslon Crescent, East Perth on November 24 will be:

CLAIRE MORGAN (Berlin)
ERIS DREW (Chicago)
HYPER REELIST (Melbourne)
JAYDA G (Vancouver)
MOVE D (Berlin)
NITE FLEIT (Melbourne)
ORPHEU THE WIZARD (Amsterdam)
PETER VAN HOESEN (Antwerp)
ROZA TERENZI (Melbourne)
Plus locals TBA

Head to their WEBSITE to register your interest ahead of tix going on sale August 30.

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